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Our team has curated mobile apps, clinical trials, medicines, and supplements for colon cancer management and prevention so you know what resources to trust.

Mobile Apps

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About Herbs

About Herbs is a one-stop destination to help cancer patients better understand some of the natural alternatives for cancer…

Noona

Noona was created as an organizational app to help improve the well-being of cancer patients. It allows users to log and…

CancerCare Meditation

CancerCare Meditation is a guided meditation app to help relax cancer patients while living through their difficult…

LivingWith

LivingWith is an app that attempts to offer support for cancer patients and loved ones. While one of the primary objectives…

My Cancer Coach

My Cancer Coach is an app that offers a personalized approach to battling various types of cancer. While the app is presented…

chemoWave

Through chemoWave, users can track and log many aspects of their condition. Artificial Intelligence is used to help cancer…

BELONG Beating Cancer Together

BELONG provides answers to patient questions from qualified health professionals. Users can connect with one another to share…

Cancer.net

Cancer.net offers mobile services to assist cancer patients with inputting personal information to streamline their…

EasyPrep: Colonoscopy

Users may find EasyPrep helpful when unfamiliar with what to do before and after a colonoscopy, and what to expect. The app…

Clinical Trials

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DC Vaccine in Colorectal Cancer

This study is assessing the safety, tolerability and immune response rate the of mDC3 vaccine in patients with colorectal cancer.

Diet Modulation of Bacterial Sulfur and Bile Acid Metabolism and Colon Cancer Risk

This diet-intervention trial focuses on African American subjects who are at higher risk for developing colorectal cancer (CRC). Two diets, one…

Green Tea and Milk Thistle to Colorectal Cancer Patients

Colorectal cancer is the third most common form of cancer found in the United States, and surgical resection (removal) provides the best chance for…

Participatory Research to Advance Colon Cancer Prevention

The goal of this study is to test strategies to raise rates of colorectal cancer screening among the Latino population. This study will be split…

Reducing Rural Colon Cancer Disparities

This study is exploring the difference in outcomes for cancer patients in rural vs. urban areas. Southern Illinois will be used as the prime…

Young-Onset Microsatellite-Stable Colorectal Cancer

The goal of this laboratory research study is to learn more about genetic factors that may influence the risk for developing colorectal cancer at a…

PalloV-CC in Colon Cancer

This study is looking at the effects of the PalloV CC vaccination on patients with colon cancer. The primary goals are to understand the safety of…

Exercise And Colon Cancer Treatment

This study is looking at how exercise may prevent the recurrence of colon cancer in patients who have completed their treatment. The primary…

Niclosamide in Patients With Resectable Colon Cancer

This study is examining the safety of the drug Niclosamide in patients with colon cancer that are undergoing primary resection (cutting out) of…

Be sure to consult your physician before taking any medicine or supplement for colon cancer.

Medicines and Supplements

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Aspirin

Studies have shown that taking aspirin lowers the risk of colorectal cancer and the risk of death from colorectal cancer. The decrease in risk begins 10 to 20 years…

Vitamin D

Vitamins are substances that your body needs to grow and develop normally. Vitamin D helps your body absorb calcium. Calcium is one of the main building blocks of…

Calcium

Calcium is an essential dietary mineral commonly found in milk, yogurt, cheese, and dark green vegetables. It also is found in certain grains, legumes (including…

Fiber Supplements

Fiber helps make stool (or feces) soft so that it moves smoothly through your colon. Soluble fiber dissolves in water and is found in beans, fruit, and oat products.…

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